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William Mullally
William Mullally

William Mullally is a writer and film critic. He has been Dubai Eye 103.8’s resident film expert and commentator since 2013, is a contributing editor to Empire Magazine Arabia, and is the editor of WEALTH Arabia and Islamic Business & Finance for CPI Financial. He’s contributed to Yahoo!, NOW Lebanon, and more. His candid opinions and bad jokes can be found on twitter @whmullally.

Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin talk GLOW’s behind-the-scenes ‘feminist circus camp’

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How Lucy Liu entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a director with Luke Cage

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13 Reasons Why never seemed built to be a continuing series. The first season, based on the best-selling book by Jay Asher, told what seemed to be a self-contained story: A girl who had taken her own...

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I’m in Rome with Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford, the stars of 13 Reasons Why, and we’re all so tired that we’ve come to a mutual understanding that none of us are going to...

Stars of La Casa de Papel, Netflix’s top foreign series of all time, talk Part 3

La Casa de Papel is the sort of show that we’re are always waiting for—the kind where you’ll stay glued to the couch for days, anxious to find out what happens next. It’s no...

The Rock, Malin Akerman talk friendship between a man and his gorilla in Rampage

Why do audiences connect so easily with Dwayne Johnson? For one thing, both on screen and off, he seems like a friend, both to many people of many backgrounds, and, at some point in the future, maybe...